What should decorators keep in mind when setting up a dedicated space to do business?

Setting up a place for your business is essential for your success. Typically, when something such as sublimation has been a hobby, there is already a space being used, but is that space a dedicated area for your business?

When thinking about setting up a shop, think about how much space you will need for your equipment and overall setup. There are many advantages to running a business from home including flexibility or setting your own hours, saving gas money, no “rent,” and no wasted travel time. However, being successful in a home office environment requires discipline and preferably a space that can be closed off when not in use. Though you don’t travel to the office per se, you need a space to go to and leave from work. You may also want to take into consideration leasing a commercial space as you outgrow the area in your home. 

   —Just My Imagination DeZigns

Cheryl Kuchek

Cheryl Kuchek

Just My Imagination DeZigns

With over 10 years of experience in the industry, Cheryl Kuchek is the owner of Just My Imagination DeZigns Inc. in New York and the founder of the Facebook groups Sublimation, OKI, iColor and Beyond and Sublimation for Beginners and Beyond, the first of its kind to focus on sublimation, hosting a community of digital decorators and serving as a resource to grow their business through weekly Facebook Live sessions, webinars, vendor discounts, and more.

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